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 Looking for post doc position

Hello,

I'm currently finishing a PhD thesis at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis
in France named ``Integration of Inter-Object Relationships in Class Based Object Model : the FLO language'' in the CNRS (Centre National Recherche
Scientifique) Laboratory I.3.S. under the supervision of Professor P. Franchi.
(See the cv at the end of this mail)

I'm looking for postdoct{*filter*}position in object-oriented programming languages.
Here follows a non-exhaustive list of my research interests :

* Design and implementation of Object-Oriented Langages : classes, actors and prototypes,
* Reflective Architectures, Self-Description, Meta-Programming and Open Protocol,
* Distributivity and distributed systems, and
* Machine-Man Interface, Separation between Interface and Application.

I'm motivated by all aspects of Object-Oriented Programming but all proposition
are welcome.

My computer skills are essentially :
 * Languages: CLOS, Lisp (Common Lisp,Le-Lisp, Scheme), Smalltalk-80, Tk/Tcl, Pascal, ML, C, C++, Eiffel, Modula-2, Assembleur (68000).
 * Systems: Unix (SunOS, Linux), MS-DOS.
 * Softwares: Centaur (Language development environment), Latex, Emacs.
 * Theory: Object-Oriented Programming, Meta-Programmation, Meta Protocols, Reflexivity and Constraints.

You can have more information at the following address :
http://www.*-*-*.com/ ~ducasse/mypage.html
and contact the following referees :




Here follows an simple CV :

                      STEPHANE DUCASSE

 Personal Information

 Work Address: Laboratoire I3S, batiment  ESSI
 650, route des Colles, BP 145, 06903 Sophia Antipolis. France
 Phone: +33 92 9650 57         Fax.: +33 92 96 51 55

 Born: 10.15.1968 in Nice.
 French Citizen, free from military obligations.

                      Education

1993--1996: PhD Thesis in Computer Science named ``Integration of Inter-Object
Relationships in Class Based Object Model : the Flo language'' at the
University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis in the C.N.R.S. (Centre National Recherche
Scientifique) Laboratory I.3.S. under the supervision of Professor P. Franchi.

April--Mai 1995: Invited by Professor Pierre Cointe  at  the ``Ecole
des Mines'' of  Nantes to realize a first implementation of Flo in ClassTalk.

1992-1993:
    * DEA in Computer Science (D.E.A.: Diplome d'Etudes Approfondies
approximatively Master, fifth year) at the University of Nice-Sophia
Antipolis. 2nd of 120 students, Second Class Honour Degree.
    * Master thesis at the I.3.S.  Laboratory under the supervision of M. Blay
and E. Gallesio : "Dependencies management in Object-Oriented Languages".
    * Magistere I.S.I. (Informatique et Sciences de l'Ingenieur) third year:
Second Class Honour Degree (the nearest english equivalent is a post graduate qualification.).

                      Research
Phd Thesis: Integration of Inter-Object Relationships in Class Based Object
Model : the Flo language''
I propose a reflexive language which integrates relationship management into
the object oriented paradigm: specification, coherence management.  Flo's
implementation is based on the reification of dependencies, control of message
passing thanks to the introduction of computational meta-objects in a
class-based language and, a Clos like open protocol.  

My research domains are principally Object-Oriented Programming (class-based
languages, prototype-based languages, improvement of object-oriented languages
expressiveness), Reflexion (Meta-Programmation, open protocols, structural
reflection (languages with metaclasses), computational reflection (languages
with behavi{*filter*}meta-objects)), Human-Interface (separation and
communication between application parts) and Contraints in Object Programming.

                      Selected Publications

*  L. Arditi et S. Ducasse : ``La programmation : une approche
fonctionnelle et recursive'' (An recursive and functional approach of programming), preface de Gerard Huet, 256 pages,
editeur:  Eyrolles Paris, Apr 1996, ISBN:2-212-08915-5.

* S. Ducasse, M. Blay-Fornarino et A.M. Pinna-Dery : ``Object and Dependency
Oriented Programming in FLO'', dans ISMIS'96 : 9th International Symposium on
Methodologies for Intelligent Systems . To appear in LNAI, jun 1996.

* S. Ducasse, M. Blay-Fornarino et A.M. Pinna-Dery : ``A Reflective Model for
First Class Dependencies'', dans OOPSLA'95 : 10th Object Oriented Programming
Systems Languages and Applications, ACM Press, pages 265--280, Austin, oct
1995.

* S. Ducasse : ``Inheritance Mechanism Reification by Means of First Class
Relationships'', dans IJCAI'95 Workshop on Reflection and Meta-Level
Architectures and their applications in AI, Montreal, pages 39--49, aug 1995.

*S. Ducasse et  M. Fornarino : ``Un Protocole pour la gestion des dependances
entre objets grace au controle des fonctions generiques'', in Journees
Francophones des Langages Applicatifs, Collection Didactique INRIA, numero
11, pages 239--258, Editeurs Cointe, Queinnec, Serpette, feb 1994.

* S. Ducasse, M. Blay-Fornarino et A.M. Pinna-Dery : ``Control and PAC
model''.  feb 1995. I3S Research Report  : RR-95-04.

                        Computer Skills

* Languages: CLOS, Lisp (Common Lisp, Le-Lisp, Scheme), Smalltalk-80, Tk/Tcl,
  Pascal, Prolog, ML, C, C++, Eiffel, Modula-2, Assembleur (68000).
* Systems: Unix (SunOS, Linux), MS-DOS.
* Softwares: Centaur (Language development environment), Latex, Emacs.
* Theory: Object-Oriented Programming, Meta-Programmation, Meta Protocols,
  Reflexivity and Contraints.

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Hello,

I'm currently finishing a PhD thesis at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis
in France named ``Integration of Inter-Object Relationships in Class Based Object Model : the FLO language'' in the CNRS (Centre National Recherche
Scientifique) Laboratory I.3.S. under the supervision of Professor P. Franchi.
(See the cv at the end of this mail)

I'm looking for postdoct{*filter*}position in object-oriented programming languages.
Here follows a non-exhaustive list of my research interests :

* Design and implementation of Object-Oriented Langages : classes, actors and prototypes,
* Reflective Architectures, Self-Description, Meta-Programming and Open Protocol,
* Distributivity and distributed systems, and
* Machine-Man Interface, Separation between Interface and Application.

I'm motivated by all aspects of Object-Oriented Programming but all proposition
are welcome.

My computer skills are essentially :
 * Languages: CLOS, Lisp (Common Lisp,Le-Lisp, Scheme), Smalltalk-80, Tk/Tcl, Pascal, ML, C, C++, Eiffel, Modula-2, Assembleur (68000).
 * Systems: Unix (SunOS, Linux), MS-DOS.
 * Softwares: Centaur (Language development environment), Latex, Emacs.
 * Theory: Object-Oriented Programming, Meta-Programmation, Meta Protocols, Reflexivity and Constraints.

You can have more information at the following address :
http://www.*-*-*.com/ ~ducasse/mypage.html
and contact the following referees :




Here follows an simple CV :

                      STEPHANE DUCASSE

 Personal Information

 Work Address: Laboratoire I3S, batiment  ESSI
 650, route des Colles, BP 145, 06903 Sophia Antipolis. France
 Phone: +33 92 9650 57         Fax.: +33 92 96 51 55

 Born: 10.15.1968 in Nice.
 French Citizen, free from military obligations.

                      Education

1993--1996: PhD Thesis in Computer Science named ``Integration of Inter-Object
Relationships in Class Based Object Model : the Flo language'' at the
University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis in the C.N.R.S. (Centre National Recherche
Scientifique) Laboratory I.3.S. under the supervision of Professor P. Franchi.

April--Mai 1995: Invited by Professor Pierre Cointe  at  the ``Ecole
des Mines'' of  Nantes to realize a first implementation of Flo in ClassTalk.

1992-1993:
    * DEA in Computer Science (D.E.A.: Diplome d'Etudes Approfondies
approximatively Master, fifth year) at the University of Nice-Sophia
Antipolis. 2nd of 120 students, Second Class Honour Degree.
    * Master thesis at the I.3.S.  Laboratory under the supervision of M. Blay
and E. Gallesio : "Dependencies management in Object-Oriented Languages".
    * Magistere I.S.I. (Informatique et Sciences de l'Ingenieur) third year:
Second Class Honour Degree (the nearest english equivalent is a post graduate qualification.).

                      Research
Phd Thesis: Integration of Inter-Object Relationships in Class Based Object
Model : the Flo language''
I propose a reflexive language which integrates relationship management into
the object oriented paradigm: specification, coherence management.  Flo's
implementation is based on the reification of dependencies, control of message
passing thanks to the introduction of computational meta-objects in a
class-based language and, a Clos like open protocol.  

My research domains are principally Object-Oriented Programming (class-based
languages, prototype-based languages, improvement of object-oriented languages
expressiveness), Reflexion (Meta-Programmation, open protocols, structural
reflection (languages with metaclasses), computational reflection (languages
with behavi{*filter*}meta-objects)), Human-Interface (separation and
communication between application parts) and Contraints in Object Programming.

                      Selected Publications

*  L. Arditi et S. Ducasse : ``La programmation : une approche
fonctionnelle et recursive'' (An recursive and functional approach of programming), preface de Gerard Huet, 256 pages,
editeur:  Eyrolles Paris, Apr 1996, ISBN:2-212-08915-5.

* S. Ducasse, M. Blay-Fornarino et A.M. Pinna-Dery : ``Object and Dependency
Oriented Programming in FLO'', dans ISMIS'96 : 9th International Symposium on
Methodologies for Intelligent Systems . To appear in LNAI, jun 1996.

* S. Ducasse, M. Blay-Fornarino et A.M. Pinna-Dery : ``A Reflective Model for
First Class Dependencies'', dans OOPSLA'95 : 10th Object Oriented Programming
Systems Languages and Applications, ACM Press, pages 265--280, Austin, oct
1995.

* S. Ducasse : ``Inheritance Mechanism Reification by Means of First Class
Relationships'', dans IJCAI'95 Workshop on Reflection and Meta-Level
Architectures and their applications in AI, Montreal, pages 39--49, aug 1995.

*S. Ducasse et  M. Fornarino : ``Un Protocole pour la gestion des dependances
entre objets grace au controle des fonctions generiques'', in Journees
Francophones des Langages Applicatifs, Collection Didactique INRIA, numero
11, pages 239--258, Editeurs Cointe, Queinnec, Serpette, feb 1994.

* S. Ducasse, M. Blay-Fornarino et A.M. Pinna-Dery : ``Control and PAC
model''.  feb 1995. I3S Research Report  : RR-95-04.

                        Computer Skills

* Languages: CLOS, Lisp (Common Lisp, Le-Lisp, Scheme), Smalltalk-80, Tk/Tcl,
  Pascal, Prolog, ML, C, C++, Eiffel, Modula-2, Assembleur (68000).
* Systems: Unix (SunOS, Linux), MS-DOS.
* Softwares: Centaur (Language development environment), Latex, Emacs.
* Theory: Object-Oriented Programming, Meta-Programmation, Meta Protocols,
  Reflexivity and Contraints.



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